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HOW TO: Surviving city cycling

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It may not feel like it, but we are making slow, steady progress in the growth and improvement of our cycling infrastructure. While the meaningful integration of bikes into all aspects of city … [Read more...]

EVENT: Thurs, Feb 19 – Flat Fix Clinic at Sweet Pete’s Bike Shop

When: Thursday Feb 19th: 6-7pm Where: Sweet Pete's Bike Shop - 1204 Bloor St West Cost: $20 including tax Fixing your own flat tire is one of the most essential repairs a cyclist needs to know. … [Read more...]

HOW TO: Five Better Ways to Ride a Bike in Winter

She barely saw me but I sure noticed her. After years of year-round riding in Canada, I was accustomed to seeing a certain type of winter cyclist: wearing layers of synthetics, on an expensive … [Read more...]

HOW-TO: 8 tips for riding home in the dark

Great article from London Cyclist: Riding in the dark isn’t everyone’s idea of fun. A lamp lit spin around lanes you know, or off-road – known as night riding – can actually be both liberating and … [Read more...]

HOW TO: 10 tips for riding while pregnant

People rarely bat an eye at women doing tree poses in yoga while seven months pregnant, but taking to two wheels with a baby on board solicits everything from cheers to disapproving looks and … [Read more...]

HOW TO: 5 Steps to a Bike-Friendly Business

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As acceptance of the bicycle lifestyle gains traction throughout North America, business owners and entrepreneurs of all stripes are hard at work entrenching bike-friendliness into their business … [Read more...]

HOW TO: 15 things you need to bike in Toronto

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Great little guide to biking stuff in Toronto from BlogTO.  True, most of the links are to other BlogTO articles, but it's a start.  You may also want to check out the How-To resources here on Biking … [Read more...]

HOW TO: Bikepacking basics

If you’re at all interested in adventuring on two wheels, you’ve probably run across the term “bikepacking.” This is exactly what it sounds like: a self-supported camping trip in a natural setting, … [Read more...]

OH YEAH: Plan a Bike Picnic in 15 Minutes

A gentle breeze and sun that wants to warm your back is calling. What would be better than a picnic by bike? The plan sounds dreamy, but I worry over the details. How many deviled eggs? Should I … [Read more...]

HOW TO: How to run a Ward Group – A glimpse at Ward 18

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Just a quick shout-out to Ward 18 in the city's west end.  They've released the minutes from their latest meeting and there are some things in there other groups (or wannabe groups) can … [Read more...]